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Reggie Miller | Guard

Team: Indiana Pacers
Age / DOB:  (52) / 8/24/1965
Ht / Wt:  6'7" / 195
College: UCLA
Drafted: 1987 / Rd. 1 (11) / IND

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Reggie Miller released a statement saying that he's honored to be rumored as a future GM of the Pacers, but hasn't met with the team regarding a job yet.
Larry Bird is still the man in charge, but as soon as he's ready to go back to Naples, FLA and chill on the beach, Miller looks like a good bet to replace him. Mon, Aug 22, 2011 04:46:00 PM

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Pacers owner Herb Simon tried to slow the talk created by Adrian Wojnarowski's article detailing his interest in Reggie Miller for the GM position once Larry Bird retires.

"No, hoping Larry stays as long as he wants," said Simon, when questioned if he had asked Donnie Walsh or anybody else for background on Miller. Bird always seems to have one foot out of the door, and most insiders covering this story seem to think Miller will be considered whenever Bird calls it quits.
Mon, Aug 22, 2011 01:24:00 AM

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Pacers owner Herb Simon favors Reggie Miller to run the team after Larry Bird.

Bird is in the final year of his deal, so Simon is naturally looking at his options for the successor. Wojnarowski details that Simon has been asking people he respects, such as Donnie Walsh, as to how they think Miller would deal with the transition from television to management. Simon has apparently thought about Miller taking over for "several years", and there's even a chance that Walsh could mentor Miller in the role, which would be extremely disheartening for Knicks fans. This should be one of the more interesting story lines to monitor moving forward.
Thu, Aug 18, 2011 07:55:00 AM

Reggie Miller was snubbed by this year's Hall of Fame voters -- he was a finalist for the ballot but was not selected.

Miller will be inducted sooner or later, but we're not at all sure why or how he could have been left off this year (among those to make the cut were Dennis Rodman, Chris Mullin, Bernard King, and Mark Jackson). To quote Donnie Walsh, who drafted Miller in 1987, "If he's not a Hall of Fame guy, I don't know who is...He took a very troubled franchise and ended up in the Eastern Conference finals six times."
Fri, Feb 18, 2011 10:26:00 AM

Reggie Miller, Dennis Rodman, and Chris Mullin are some of the names that have been released as finalists for this year's Hall of Fame class.

Mark Jackson, Bernard King, Don Nelson, Maurice Lucas, Jamaal Wilkes, Rudy Tomjanovich, Cotton Fitzsimmons, Tex Winter, Spencer Haywood, Maurice Cheeks, Ralph Sampson, Bill Fitch, referee Dick Bavetta, Rick Pitino, Joe B. Hall, Jim Valvano, George Raveling, and Marty Blake also made the cut. Arvydas Sabonis and Sarunas Marciulionis made it from the international committee, and Tara VanDerveer and Teresa Edwards made it from the women's committee.
Tue, Nov 30, 2010 07:55:00 PM

Reggie Miller has decided that he doesn't want to attempt a comeback with the Boston Celtics and says he'll never play in the NBA again.

"That's it,'' he told The Indianapolis Star. "Physically, I know I could have done it. But mentally, when you do something like this, you've either got to be all in or all out. And I've decided I'm all out." Miller said that as of yesterday, he was ready to come back. But then had a change of heart on Thursday night. "Please write, 'I will never, ever, ever try something like this again,'" he said.
Fri, Aug 24, 2007 10:31:00 AM

Reggie Miller is still undecided about making a comeback with the Celtics, although he hasn't ruled it out, either.

Miller avoided questions about a comeback as he attended Peyton Manning's charity bowling tournament over the weekend. "I'm in shape to bowl," Miller joked. "But I don't even know what I'm going to do." Miller, now 42, retired from the league two years ago and his No. 31 now hangs in the Conseco Fieldhouse. "I think I'll let my body and the people I've called and talked to, help me make that decision," he said. "It will all come together." He may not be ready to join the Celtics until just before the season starts, if at all, but we'd still be surprised to see him say no to Danny Ainge, Kevin Garnett and company.
Tue, Aug 21, 2007 08:23:00 PM

Celtics executive director of basketball operations Danny Ainge doesn't appear to be in any rush to sign veteran Reggie Miller.

Miller continues to work out twice a day as he tests his body's ability to handle the rigors of the NBA. Ainge said he did not have any timetable set with regard to Miller, who could be weeks away from making a decision.
Sun, Aug 19, 2007 10:47:00 AM

Reggie Miller stated on a radio show Wednesday that he's trying to "shock" his body back into shape and will have an answer about a possible return to the NBA by mid-September.

"I have no idea what I’m going to do," he said. "I’m working out twice a day. It would be irresponsible of me not to go full bore now to see what I can do. I’ll make a decision soon." He was joined on the air from his house by Malibu neighbor, Kevin Garnett. KG, now a Celtic, is using his persuasive powers on Reggie, who will have to wear a number other than 31 if he returns, as it's been retired in Boston. "By the middle of September I should have an answer...This team won the lottery when they got Kevin Garnett." Miller is not saying anything that leads us to believe he won't be in a Celtics' uniform on opening night.
Thu, Aug 16, 2007 08:58:00 AM

Reggie Miller has been working out twice a day to see how his body responds before making a decision on whether or not to return to the NBA.

The Celtics appear to be the only team Reggie has spoken with, so it looks like he'll play for them or go back to TNT. We're guessing he plays for the C's this season.
Mon, Aug 13, 2007 12:00:00 PM

Those that are close to Reggie Miller don't expect him to make a decision anytime soon about returning to play for the Celtics.

Miller, who turns 42 soon, could have a nice supporting role on the vastly improved Celtics. "From a physical standpoint, I know Reggie can play another year and play at a high level," said former coach Rick Carlisle. "I saw absolutely no drop-off in his ability to play at a high level, to be an impact player at a high level."
Sun, Aug 12, 2007 11:21:00 AM

Reggie Miller confirmed on Wednesday that he's spoken to the Celtics about a possible return to the NBA, saying "I've had limited discussions with Celtics management about their roster and a potential role for me. At this time, I'm enjoying my role as an analyst with TNT."

Pacers CEO Donnie Walsh was shocked that Reggie didn't contact the Pacers. "I'm surprised he didn't call us first," Walsh said. "This is the first I've heard of it." Miller left the Pacers on good terms, but probably would have played a couple more years had there not been so much turmoil and drama surrounding the team. Reggie could see the future, jumped off a sinking ship and now the Pacers are at the bottom of the pecking order in the East. If Ray Allen and Paul Pierce could convince Kevin Garnett to join them in Beantown, we're guessing Reggie will have a hard time saying no as well.
Wed, Aug 8, 2007 03:38:00 PM

Reggie Miller says he is contemplating a return to the NBA, this time with the Boston Celtics.

Miller will be 42 at the end of the month and retired with the Pacers in 2005. Danny Ainge and coach Doc Rivers have asked him to think about joining the new-look C's in a reserve role, playing about 15 minutes per game backing up Ray Allen. Miller is interested, but also nervous about how his body will hold up. However, the lure of a possible championship may override those concerns. If the Celtics were to win it all this year, it would be a storybook ending for first-time champions Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Allen and possibly Miller.
Wed, Aug 8, 2007 01:25:00 PM

Owner Mark Cuban and president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson left no doubt about the fact that Reggie Miller will not be joining the Mavericks for a playoff run.

"That's not happening," Nelson said. "Why not throw in Dr. J and Steve Kerr? It's pretty unfair to ask a guy to step out of the broadcast booth and compete against the best players in the world." Dallas could opt for a backup at center or point guard to fill its open roster spot, but the Mavs may wind up leaving it open.
Thu, Mar 1, 2007 09:15:00 AM

It's tough to tell if owner Mark Cuban is serious about luring Reggie Miller out of retirement for a playoff push, but he mentioned his name as a possibility for Dallas' open roster spot before Monday's game.

The former Indiana Pacers star is the No. 1 3-point shooter in NBA history and retired after the 2004-05 season, but remains in excellent physical shape. The chance to win a championship could be enough to get Miller out of TNT's booth and into a Mavs' uniform, but Avery Johnson acknowledged on Tuesday that it's unlikely that Miller will play for Dallas, saying he's not on their short list of possibilities. Stay tuned.
Wed, Feb 28, 2007 01:23:00 PM

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